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Rental apartments planned next to Kootenay Bus Loop

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PCI Developments is planning a six-storey, secured market rental building on the former site of a restaurant next to the Kootenay Loop on East Hastings.

The new building will contain 56 secured market rental units, including studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments. Thirty-six per cent will be family oriented, meaning two or three-bedroom.

The ground floor will include retail units and a restaurant. 

Renderings: East Vancouver rental apartments by PCI

3D massing of 3555-61 East Hastings Street
3D massing of 3555-61 East Hastings Street. Credit: BHA Architecture
View from East Hastings looking north toward site
View from East Hastings looking north toward site. Credit: BHA Architecture
East Hastings Street looking west
East Hastings Street looking west. Credit: BHA Architecture
Looking southeast from the north
Looking southeast from the north. Credit: BHA Architecture

Amenities for residents will include a landscaped terrace on the second floor, as well as a rooftop amenity terrace with BBQ, seating and landscape planters.

There will be 49 underground parking stalls and 110 bicycle parking spaces. The architects are BHA Architecture.

PCI is also planning 212 rental units, including below-market rental units, in two buildings on East Hastings, between Boundary and Kootenay. (1 and 2 in the graphic below)

East Hastings and Boundary rental building rendering aerial
Context showing existing apartment towers (5 and 6), and the two new proposed rental apartment towers (2 and 1).
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